On June 3, 1889, a person named Bernhard Förster, who had settled a colony of Germans in deep Paraguay, blended morphine with strychnine in a resort room within the Paraguayan metropolis of San Bernardino. He was 46 years previous and his challenge of an Aryan colony with which he meant to Germanize the Guarani territory had simply failed.
His widow, Elizabeth, reported that Förster, probably the most infamous anti-Semitic agitators in Germany, had died of pure causes. The newspapers of the time confirmed that he had dedicated suicide.
Elizabeth was confronted with the money owed generated by . . .